On Thu, Apr 12, 2001 at 09:20:16AM -0400, kevin lyda wrote:
> ok, we can settle this once and for all. the following message is talking
> about england, but i'm wodering if it applies here? the census is delayed
> till april 2002, so we have time to get this right. essentially, you'd
> put vi or emacs down for a religion and then at the end we'd have a count.
>> so, does ireland have the same rule?
The register covered the jedi knight census issue yesterday, says their home
office (whatever one of those is, something that has always niggled me
slightly, but not enough to find out properly what our equivalent is) has
basically reserved the right to say whats a religion or not, so Id say jedi
knight and vi vs emacs is out in both cases.
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